Clements-Wilcox Funeral Home

1805 Highway 281 North, Marble Falls, TX


Aubrey Dale Mobley

July 12, 1935January 27, 2020

Aubrey Dale Mobley passed away on Friday, January 27, 2020, at St David’s hospital in Austin, Texas.

Aubrey was born on July 12, 1935, in Dickens County, Texas, to Cecil and Elizabeth (Wright) Mobley. Aubrey met and married the love of his life, Peggy Caddell, in 1955.

Aubrey went to work for El Paso Natural Gas Company and worked for them until he retired after 35 years. Aubrey and Peggy retired and settled down in Marble Falls. Some of the best memories are the times spent camping with family and friends. The mountains were a special place for the Mobley’s. Aubrey took time to teach fishing, boating, and just how to have fun. He loved his family. He also loved his sports and if he could make any games of his kids, grandkids, and great grandkids, he was there as a fierce supporter. He got frustrated, but the Cowboys were still his team.

In retirement, he became quite the cook-looking at recipes on line, and then to the grocery store to get ingredients for his next masterpiece. He was very in tune with the tech world and even had the latest IPhone! He researched everything he had a question about and Amazon became his best friend. Peggy said everyday was Christmas at least once a day or more. He loved watching birds and squirrels through the window with Max and Cole. If he wasn’t watching birds, it was GRIT, or Gunsmoke (for the 100th time), or a game of football, or college baseball, or whatever the season was.

He found his church home in Marble Falls at Crossview Baptist Church, and he loved his church family and the relationship he had with Pastor Boothe and his family.

Aubrey is survived by his wife Peggy, two brother’s Charles and wife Iris who live in MonteVista, Colorado, and Jimmy and wife Carla from Midland, Texas. He has two sons, Randy and wife Patti from Big Lake, Texas, and Robby and wife Gay from Midland, Texas, and a daughter Marlene who lives in Marble Falls. He has 6 grandkids, 10 great grandkids, 3 neices, 3 nephews and a brother in law Ray Caddell and wife Judy from Burke, Virginia.

Aubrey’s mind was as sharp as ever even when his body was struggling. He said to tell everyone he loved them as he started remembering things and fun times from recent and long ago. He talked about his love for his family, and also about growing up with his mom and dad and his brothers. He was our patriarch and we couldn’t have asked for a better man to lead our family.


  • Graveside Service Friday, January 31, 2020


Aubrey Dale Mobley

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Dick Dalton

January 31, 2020

Margie and I want to share our condolences to Aubrey’s family. He was a good friend and neighbor, we have fond memories of Aubrey when we would see him on Lake LBJ

Billy McLaughlin

January 30, 2020

Our hearts are broken for for Aubrey’s Family because we know the World was better with him here. I haven’t seen him for over 40 years, but it seems like yesterday when he was a Camp Dad for us at Midkiff. We can all take comfort in knowing this isn’t goodbye, but see you later in the Kingdom of Heaven, where we will meet again in a place more joyous than we can imagine! Our Dads are up there together, rejoicing and watching over us from Glory! To the Mobley Family, I say our thoughts are with you and pray for comfort as we remember how wonderful we had it while he was here.

Harry Ard

January 30, 2020

I have known Aubrey and Peggy since 1958, when we moved to Fullerton EP camp. We were all family back then. I still remember all the volleyball games we played. I will miss him. RIP my Friend.

Maranda Mobley

January 30, 2020

I have so many memories with Papa, it's truly impossible to pick just one. He was so much more than a grandfather to me and all of his grandkids. I'll never forget all of the weekends on the boat, or holidays at their house, and the countless hours of Barney and later Golden Girls reruns, complete with lunch-ables pizzas. I think papa's most treasured part of his life would be his 65 years of marriage with Peggy, my grandmother. Together, they taught patience, love and unwavering sacrifice to everyone around them. He was loved by his church, classmates, family and an ample amount of friends that would come and go, but he never lost touch with. He was absolutely unforgettable and an amazing man that taught us the importance of family, and I'll miss him forever.

Robert & Jeannette Allen

January 29, 2020

Kindly accept our deepest sympathy on the passing your husband, father, and brother-in-law. Wishing the family peace to bring comfort and courage to face the days ahead. Bob and Jeanne Allen friends of Ray and Judy Caddell.

Marshall Mobley

January 29, 2020

Didn’t have a father growing up, but this man, my papa, was the greatest father figure I could have ever asked for. He was a grandfather, father, and role model to me. We had way too many memories to share just one but he will always be someone I look up to. I’ll continue to to do my best to make him proud while he’s up there probably fixing, building, or cooking something.

markey hollowell

January 29, 2020

Aubrey was a class mate of ours,Carl and Markey hollowell,He was alway a nice sweet young man,He will be missed by all,God Bless His Family.